What happens when a person is no longer to handle personal affairs? As we age, we make steps to prepare for our eventual demise. A financial power of attorney allows you to designate the person who will make decisions regarding management of your assets and liabilities, or transact your business on your behalf, in such situations.
What steps do we take in preparing power of attorney?
- First, we schedule an initial meeting, where we will review initial information to prepare your legal filing. At this meeting, you will provide the name of the person who is to be granted power of attorney.
- Second, our office will prepare a draft power of attorney.
- Finally, we schedule a meeting so you can sign the power of attorney.
The service fee for power of attorney is $62 and includes all additional fees and court costs.
To get started, please download and complete the following form. You may then email or bring the completed form in person.